Thursday, 29 May 2014


The opening night of Annie at The Regent Centre was brilliant, it felt like we had been whisked away to the West End! The Highcliffe Charity Players fail to disappoint and the standard of singing and acting from everyone was very high.

Lucy-May Alner plays Annie beautifully, she has real stage presence and a wonderful voice as well as a great guide to Tumble who plays Sandy the dog and steals the hearts of the audience.

All the children playing the orphans in the show have obviously worked very hard to produce such a professional group, but we must mention Isobel Aldred age 8 who plays Molly so sweetly.

David Coward plays Oliver Warbucks and Tracey Challen is Miss Hannigan and both play their parts brilliantly, we loved the enthusiasm by all of the cast and it was great to see Emma Torrens back at The Regent Centre as Grace Farrell.

Quote from my 7 yr old reviewer: "It was amazing, it made me cry! I loved it, when can we see it again?"

If you haven't got tickets yet the show is on at The Regent Centre in Christchurch

Wednesday 28 – Saturday 31 May 7.30pm with a Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm.
 The show is selling tickets fast so don't delay, you won't be disappointed!



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